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When Lord Reith's diaries were published recently they caused a furore. They showed that the man who 'founded' the BBC was more complex and controversial than many people imagined. Some critics have argued that the diaries have done much harm and should have been destroyed.
Now that the dust has settled ROGER CLARK talks to their editor, CHARLES STUART, and asks how accurate a picture they give of the man, and whether his reputation has been irreparably damaged. Included in the programme will be recordings of LORD REITH and opinions from JOHN SNAGGE.

Contributors

Talks:
Roger Clark
Unknown:
Charles Stuart
Unknown:
John Snagge.

Radio London hands over its microphone to a group with something important to say.
Today THE CAMDEN ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH, a group appealing for volunteers to help in their efforts to aid long-term psychiatric patients. Producer ROGER CLARK

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Producer:
Roger Clark

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